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Old 07-10-2010, 07:59 PM
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Poetry thread?
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We do all drive Miatas. ::
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I once had four guys ********** in my car at once, with the hard top on. Guess who ate the cracker....



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Originally Posted by turotufas View Post
Poetry thread?
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This shitty motherfucking weather doesnt let me do **** to the car. ****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Is that poetry?
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Poetry:

On the toilet, I sit, all broken hearted
tried to **** but only farted
then later on I took a chance
tried to fart and **** my pants

The End
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So I just posted an ad on CL offering to repair most anything on a Miata. I'm slightly nervous about just going and repairing someone's car whom I don't know, so what should I watch out for?

I've requested that before I go and start work, I require a picture of the car in the workspace with their email on a piece of paper so that I know they're legit.
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So I just posted an ad on CL offering to repair most anything on a Miata. I'm slightly nervous about just going and repairing someone's car whom I don't know, so what should I watch out for?

I've requested that before I go and start work, I require a picture of the car in the workspace with their email on a piece of paper so that I know they're legit.
A glock and some amo
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I'm slightly nervous about just going and repairing someone's car whom I don't know, so what should I watch out for?
People who can't afford to take their car to a mechanic and want you to fix it for free.

People who tried to fix it themselves and fucked things up worse, but won't accept this explanation.

People who troll craigslist looking for folks offering to come to their house and fix their car, with the intention of raping them and then selling them to slave traders.

People whose lawyer will call you back six months after you changed their wiper blades to inform you that you were somehow responsible for their brakes going out which resulted in a crash, and offering to settle out of court for only $200,000.

AIDS.
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This is poetry

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You are begging to get screwed over.
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There are better ways to spend a Sunday afternoon than snaking out the laundry tub drain.
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There are better ways to spend a Sunday afternoon than snaking out the laundry tub drain.
Ya like getting fired from costco because you were late by 4 minutes. :j erkit::jer kit:

I did a massive brakestand right out front to show my anger.
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Poetry thread?
My garage is cleaner.
The LS1 Miata
on stands sits waiting.

The differential
must be remounted
to save the halfshafts.

I consider now
the design I will use to
cradle it for power.

It's fabrication
will require steel and tools.
I love Harbor Freight.
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Originally Posted by ZX-Tex View Post
My garage is cleaner.
The LS1 Miata
on stands sits waiting.

The differential
must be remounted
to save the halfshafts.

I consider now
the design I will use to
cradle it for power.

It's fabrication
will require steel and tools.
I love Harbor Freight.
that is poetry!
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Originally Posted by ZX-Tex View Post
My garage is cleaner.
The LS1 Miata
on stands sits waiting.

The differential
must be remounted
to save the halfshafts.

I consider now
the design I will use to
cradle it for power.

It's fabrication
will require steel and tools.
I love Harbor Freight.
Keep your day job.

Hustler on the other hand, now that is a worhwhile post.
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